UFO Sound - Whirling, Whirring

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As witnesses included two USAF colonels, two sergeants and dozens of base personnel observed the craft before it took off with a 'whirring' sound.


Ronald Johnson. It made a sound that Ronald described as like that of an old washing machine which vibrates.

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A whirring sound could be heard.


It sounded mechanical, like the pings of submarine sonar, and it had a peculiar rotational quality to it, like a Doppler effect.


Car bathed in red light three times by an object emitting a whirling sound.


Strange loud swirling sound changed into a beeping sound as object passed overhead.


Evelyn Galson states: I had a strange experience on 1998, which was a Thursday. It was 10:30 PM and I had gone downstairs when I heard an unusual whirling sound. I hurried up and opened the front door and I saw an object in the sky, it was traveling north. I couldn't see the shape but there were two white lights, one on top and one on the bottom. The whirling sound was coming from this object and when the object left my field of view the sound stopped. On Dec. 15, 1998, I saw another object. It was 6:00 AM in the morning and I had gone downstairs to brew some coffee, when I heard a whirling sound. This time the whirling sound was deep, the sound I heard on December 11th was a high pitched whirling sound. I went to the window and looked out. I then noticed an object in the sky with multiple red and white flashing lights. It looked like it had about 6 or 7 lights on it. But the lights were not blinking like you see on airplanes, but brightly flashing. I have seen many airplanes and helicopters, but have never seen anything like this. This object was traveling north also and when the object moved further away the whirling sound got lower and lower until it stopped. I was listening for the usual sound an airplane makes, but I only heard the whirling sound. The object was about 40 degrees above the horizon and its size was the size of a dime held at arm’s length.